children

[ chil-druh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF children

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHILDREN

Again he recurred to his early years, and talked fondly of his wife and children.

"I must make you acquainted with my wife and children," he said.

Winter was near and he had no money to buy cloaks for his children.

They had no children and this settlement assured them a peaceful old age.

Parents, proceeded she, when children are young, are pleased with every thing they do.

But it was always my notion, that children should not dispute their parents' authority.

There are the children who have nothing, no love, no normalcy.

If children would always be children—parents—And there she stopt.

Our children are watching in schools throughout our great land.

Parents and children will have time not only to work, but to read and play together.

WORD ORIGIN

plural of child (q.v.)

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